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‘Costume Quest’ Animated Series Will Hit Amazon Prime Video on March 8

Trick-or-treaters become the ultimate superheroes in Costume Quest, a new animated series that’s coming to Amazon Prime Video next month. The series, which is based on the characters of the Costume Quest Double […] The post ‘Costume Quest
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‘Costume Quest’ Animated Series Will Hit Amazon Prime Video on March 8

Trick-or-treaters become the ultimate superheroes in Costume Quest, a new animated series that’s coming to Amazon Prime Video next month. The series, which is based on the characters of the Costume Quest Double […] The post ‘Costume Quest’ Animated Series Will Hit Amazon Prime Video on March 8 appeared first on Geek.com.

Netflix Cancels Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’ and ‘The Punisher’

Netflix is saying goodbye to two major Marvel series: The streaming service just announced that it’s canceling Jessica Jones and The Punisher after their last seasons. On Monday, Netflix told Deadline that there […] The post Netflix Cancels Marvel
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Netflix Cancels Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’ and ‘The Punisher’

Netflix is saying goodbye to two major Marvel series: The streaming service just announced that it’s canceling Jessica Jones and The Punisher after their last seasons. On Monday, Netflix told Deadline that there […] The post Netflix Cancels Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’ and ‘The Punisher’ appeared first on Geek.com.

President’s Day Deal: Sleep Easy With Extra 15% Off on Bamboo Sheets

They say that money can’t buy happiness. But you can use it to buy new bed sheets, which is close enough. Enjoy a better night’s sleep with Bamboo Comfort 4-piece luxury sheet sets […] The post President’s Day Deal: Sleep Easy With Extra 15% O
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President’s Day Deal: Sleep Easy With Extra 15% Off on Bamboo Sheets

They say that money can’t buy happiness. But you can use it to buy new bed sheets, which is close enough. Enjoy a better night’s sleep with Bamboo Comfort 4-piece luxury sheet sets […] The post President’s Day Deal: Sleep Easy With Extra 15% Off on Bamboo Sheets appeared first on Geek.com.

Watch: Crack in Frozen Wisconsin Lake Swallows Pickup Truck Whole

Lake versus truck: Who wins? The owner of a Ford pickup truck in Wisconsin found out the hard truth when he drove across an unsafe area on frozen Lake Winnebago. In video and […] The post Watch: Crack in Frozen Wisconsin Lake Swallows Pickup Truck Whol
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Watch: Crack in Frozen Wisconsin Lake Swallows Pickup Truck Whole

Lake versus truck: Who wins? The owner of a Ford pickup truck in Wisconsin found out the hard truth when he drove across an unsafe area on frozen Lake Winnebago. In video and […] The post Watch: Crack in Frozen Wisconsin Lake Swallows Pickup Truck Whole appeared first on Geek.com.

Freediving Champion Guillaume Néry Swims Across Several of the World’s Oceans with One Breath

In the newest film by Guillaume Néry (previously), the world champion free diver swims across the world in one breath, or at least creative editing and camera tricks present the illusion of this great feat. One Breath Around the World follows Néry to the
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Freediving Champion Guillaume Néry Swims Across Several of the World’s Oceans with One Breath

In the newest film by Guillaume Néry (previously), the world champion free diver swims across the world in one breath, or at least creative editing and camera tricks present the illusion of this great feat. One Breath Around the World follows Néry to the spectacular scenes he explores without a snorkel or air tank, like a variety of underwater caves or a pod of clustered whales. More

LePage says he wasn't aware of high rate paid on Trump hotel

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Former Republican Maine Gov. Paul LePage says he was not aware of his administration spending more than $1,100 a night during a stay at a hotel owned by the family of President Donald Trump. LePage on Monday responded to a Portland Pres
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LePage says he wasn't aware of high rate paid on Trump hotel

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Former Republican Maine Gov. Paul LePage says he was not aware of his administration spending more than $1,100 a night during a stay at a hotel owned by the family of President Donald Trump. LePage on Monday responded to a Portland Press Herald report that he ...

'Listen to Your Heart' exhibit may have saved man's life

BURLINGTON, N.C. (AP) - A museum exhibit may have saved the life of a North Carolina man. The Times-News of Burlington reports that Boyd Hudson used a «Listen to Your Heart» exhibit at the Children's Museum of Alamance County last month. Boyd plac
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'Listen to Your Heart' exhibit may have saved man's life

BURLINGTON, N.C. (AP) - A museum exhibit may have saved the life of a North Carolina man. The Times-News of Burlington reports that Boyd Hudson used a «Listen to Your Heart» exhibit at the Children's Museum of Alamance County last month. Boyd placed both hands on the brass hand prints ...

Photos: London Zoo Shares Amazing Animal X-Rays

A UK zoo has revealed the inner workings of a variety of species, including including frogs, snakes, geckos and turtles, with x-rays of some its 18,000 animals. The ZSL London Zoo’s expert veterinary team […] The post Photos: London Zoo Shares Am
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Photos: London Zoo Shares Amazing Animal X-Rays

A UK zoo has revealed the inner workings of a variety of species, including including frogs, snakes, geckos and turtles, with x-rays of some its 18,000 animals. The ZSL London Zoo’s expert veterinary team […] The post Photos: London Zoo Shares Amazing Animal X-Rays appeared first on Geek.com.

Haitians seek water, food as businesses reopen after protest

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Businesses and government offices slowly reopened across Haiti on Monday after more than a week of violent demonstrations over prices that have doubled for food, gas and other basic goods in recent weeks and allegations of g
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Haitians seek water, food as businesses reopen after protest

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Businesses and government offices slowly reopened across Haiti on Monday after more than a week of violent demonstrations over prices that have doubled for food, gas and other basic goods in recent weeks and allegations of government corruption. Public transportation resumed in the capital, Port-au-Prince, where ...

Imagined Homeland

Rejecting colonial documentary methods, this photographer tells the story of Arunachal Pradesh’s Lisu people by harnessing mythological symbolism in his cinematic stills.
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Imagined Homeland

Rejecting colonial documentary methods, this photographer tells the story of Arunachal Pradesh’s Lisu people by harnessing mythological symbolism in his cinematic stills.

Professor Finds 30-Year-Old Apple Mac Computer (And It Still Works and Loads Games)

A New York professor had Gen Xers taking a trip down memory lane when he posted images of a dusty, 30-year-old Apple IIe computer, in full working order, on Twitter on Saturday. John […] The post Professor Finds 30-Year-Old Apple Mac Computer (And It St
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Professor Finds 30-Year-Old Apple Mac Computer (And It Still Works and Loads Games)

A New York professor had Gen Xers taking a trip down memory lane when he posted images of a dusty, 30-year-old Apple IIe computer, in full working order, on Twitter on Saturday. John […] The post Professor Finds 30-Year-Old Apple Mac Computer (And It Still Works and Loads Games) appeared first on Geek.com.

The Many Pleasures of Madrid

For its 38th edition, ARCOmadrid (February 27-March 3) will draw 203 galleries from 30 countries worldwide, attracting new participants like Meyer Riegger from Germany, Rodeo from England, and Edward Tyler Nahem from the US.Over two-thirds of the galleries ar
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The Many Pleasures of Madrid

For its 38th edition, ARCOmadrid (February 27-March 3) will draw 203 galleries from 30 countries worldwide, attracting new participants like Meyer Riegger from Germany, Rodeo from England, and Edward Tyler Nahem from the US.Over two-thirds of the galleries are international, and nearly a third of those are from countries throughout Latin America. Peru is the fair’s guest of honor; Sharon Lerner of the Museo de Arte de Lima will curate a selection of 23 artists from 15 galleries as an introduction to the scene. The “Peru Forum” will discuss Peruvian Contemporary art with insights from visual artist Fernando Bryce, art historian Natalia Majluf, and independent curator Max Hernandez Calvo, among others. Peru will further make its presence known by way of different initiatives in the city’s art centers, like El Instante Fundacion and Fundacion Banco Santander.Other sectors at the fair, like “Opening,” will focus on galleries existant for less than seven years — Barcelona’s Bombon Projects, Milan’s Climate, San Juan’s Embassy and São Paulo’s Se — while the “Special Projects” arm will scatter large-format works by artists like Waqas Kahn, Sandra Gamarra, Jaume Plensa, Sol Calero, Jorge Piqueras, and Engel Leonardo.We spoke to ARCOmadrid’s director, Carlos Urroz, about linking up with Latin America, the continued merits of vintage Almodovar, and restaurants that serve locallygrown vegetables.How long have you been living in Madrid?I have been in Madrid since I finished my studies in the US. It is a fantastic city to live in, with many international projects happening. I have been the Director of ARCO since 2010, although I have participated in the fair since the ’90s: as a gallerist, with an institution, as a collaborator. ARCOmadrid is a relaxed cultured environment, and it has helped me to evolve as a professional. In these last nine years, I have also watched galleries, curators and collectors grow.How has the local art scene evolved in the past decade? How does it dialogue with the global scene?The Madrid scene has been changing and strengthening since the financial crisis. International galleries like CIFO have opened spaces, and there are important collectors such as Patrizia Sandretto. There’s also the active participation of London-based TBA21 with Madrid’s Thyssen- Bornemisza museum.Today, we are all forced to be global: galleries have an international strategy, the Reina Sofia is a global curatorial reference, and at ARCO we have developed strong links with Latin America.ARCO has framed itself as “a Latin American reference in Europe.” Could you elaborate on this trans-Atlantic affinity?ARCOmadrid has become a major reference for Latin American art in Europe. Galleries from the continent are participating, more than 80 leading museum directors and curators will be part of the program and forums, and we are expecting visits from boards for Latin American collections from some of the most important museums in the world.Who is a favorite local Madrid artist you think more people should know?There are so many worth knowing, and who have been given added visibility at ARCO through our awards: Leonor Serrano Rivas, Teresa Solar, Guillermo Mora, Quico Rivas...What are your “must-see, can’t-leave-without” recommendations for the city?Of course, the Prado museum and the Reina Sofia are must-sees! When visiting the Reina Sofia, check out the art galleries around Doctor Fourquet. If you are in town on a Sunday, visit El Rastro, which is Madrid’s lively and surprising flea market.What is the most overrated thing visitors are advised to see when they’re in town?Real Madrid stadium! Hundreds of millions of visitors go to see the inside of an empty stadium.What would be on your agenda if you had a free morning or afternoon in Madrid?I would drop by the Thyssen Bornemiza museum, in the Paseo del Prado cultural area. The CaixaForum and other cultural spaces are right nearby.What’s the best place for a morning coffee or tea?My favorite is Magasand at Calle Columela; they serve organic juices you can take away when visiting Retiro park.What restaurants would you recommend, and what makes them unique?For vegetarians, my favorites are El Quenco de Pepa and La Manduca de Azagra: they both grow their own vegetables. One is in Madrid, the other is in Navarra.Where would you head for the best shopping?Chueca has an interesting mix of old commerce and cool boutiques — and you can always pop into the local art galleries.What’s an authentic item you could only buy locally or regionally?Jamon serrano. It’s not just the quality but also the way they cut it in certain bars.What are the ideal spots to see live music?Florida Retiro is a super lively cabaret and concert hall: worth visiting.Where would you recommend people stay when they visit?Palace Hotel is a classic; ARCOmadrid visitors love it.Do you have a favorite book depicting the city or region, or an author who writes about the city or region in an especially evocative way?“La Colmena,” written by Nobel prize-winner Camilo Jose Cela, which depicts the bohemian atmosphere of mid-century Madrid. Early Almodovar movies are also an interesting source of information on alternative Madrid.What are you most looking forward to about this particular edition of ARCO?The selection of Peruvian artists Sharon Lerner has made for the Peru guest feature at ARCO will be of great interest — as will the design of the “Peru at ARCO” gallery space by architects Mariana Leguia and Maya Ballen.Gathering and mobilizing collectors, including younger ones, seems to be a very active initiative for ARCO. What have you noticed about contemporary collector habits?Young collectors are very well-informed, and most of the time looking for something very specific. For them, the fair is a place where they start a conversation with a gallery about a precise work they might be interested in.This column appears in the February 2019 edition of Blouin Art+Auction. Subscribe at www.blouinsubscriptions.comhttps://www.blouinartinfo.com/              Founder: Louise Blouin

Old Father Thames

An epic ode to London’s River Thames, Julia Fullerton-Batten’s meticulous cinematic tableaux reimagine the many people, tales and legends that have washed up on its shores. 
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Old Father Thames

An epic ode to London’s River Thames, Julia Fullerton-Batten’s meticulous cinematic tableaux reimagine the many people, tales and legends that have washed up on its shores. 

Crew Simulations Expose Weak Spots in NASA Mars Mission

I can barely stand a week in the same house with eight of my closest friends. Imagine what traveling 250 million miles and living with relative strangers on an unfamiliar planet could do […] The post Crew Simulations Expose Weak Spots in NASA Mars Missi
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Crew Simulations Expose Weak Spots in NASA Mars Mission

I can barely stand a week in the same house with eight of my closest friends. Imagine what traveling 250 million miles and living with relative strangers on an unfamiliar planet could do […] The post Crew Simulations Expose Weak Spots in NASA Mars Mission appeared first on Geek.com.

Power Rangers Are Morphin’ to a Stage Near You

Your favorite mighty morphin’ superheroes are go-going on tour. Entertainment company Kilburn Live last week announced a live stage show and fan experience featuring Hasbro’s Power Rangers. Details are scant; it’s unclear what […] The
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Power Rangers Are Morphin’ to a Stage Near You

Your favorite mighty morphin’ superheroes are go-going on tour. Entertainment company Kilburn Live last week announced a live stage show and fan experience featuring Hasbro’s Power Rangers. Details are scant; it’s unclear what […] The post Power Rangers Are Morphin’ to a Stage Near You appeared first on Geek.com.

‘Friends’ and ‘Steamboat Willie’ Get the Lego Ideas Treatment

What do the 90s sitcom Friends and the 1928 Disney classic Steamboat Willie have in common? They feature some of the most popular characters in entertainment history… and they’re being turned into Lego […] The post ‘Friends’ and
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‘Friends’ and ‘Steamboat Willie’ Get the Lego Ideas Treatment

What do the 90s sitcom Friends and the 1928 Disney classic Steamboat Willie have in common? They feature some of the most popular characters in entertainment history… and they’re being turned into Lego […] The post ‘Friends’ and ‘Steamboat Willie’ Get the Lego Ideas Treatment appeared first on Geek.com.

Art event on black barbershops blends hair history, health

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - The art of the Afro and high-top fade took center stage Sunday at the Toledo Museum of Art's GlasSalon during an event to promote the creativity and history of black barbershops and their role in community wellness. «The Art of the C
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Art event on black barbershops blends hair history, health

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - The art of the Afro and high-top fade took center stage Sunday at the Toledo Museum of Art's GlasSalon during an event to promote the creativity and history of black barbershops and their role in community wellness. «The Art of the Cut» featured live demonstrations from ...

Freshly Cut Flowers Make Sparks in Electrically Charged Images by Hu Weiyi

In The Tentacles project, by Chinese artist Hu Weiyi, bright sparks and fiery electrical waves flow through a series of freshly blossomed flowers against matte gray backgrounds. To produce the images, Hu uses high-voltage capacitors to create electrical cur
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Freshly Cut Flowers Make Sparks in Electrically Charged Images by Hu Weiyi

In The Tentacles project, by Chinese artist Hu Weiyi, bright sparks and fiery electrical waves flow through a series of freshly blossomed flowers against matte gray backgrounds. To produce the images, Hu uses high-voltage capacitors to create electrical currents that run through the pink and maroon roses, showcasing the power of electricity in all its beauty and danger. The photo series was inspired by a previous project Hu created in 2014, called Flirt, which introduced cold light to various objects to manipulate viewers’ perception without using digital software. More

Urban Outfitters Charges $40 for 5-Pack of Random Used VHS Tapes

Urban Outfitters is handling the global crisis about as well as any of us. Judging by its online stock, the lifestyle retailer just wants to curl up in bed with a pint of […] The post Urban Outfitters Charges $40 for 5-Pack of Random Used VHS Tapes appe
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Urban Outfitters Charges $40 for 5-Pack of Random Used VHS Tapes

Urban Outfitters is handling the global crisis about as well as any of us. Judging by its online stock, the lifestyle retailer just wants to curl up in bed with a pint of […] The post Urban Outfitters Charges $40 for 5-Pack of Random Used VHS Tapes appeared first on Geek.com.

ARKUP’s Next-Generation Floating Home at the Miami Yacht Show

ARKUP presents Arkup #1, its first 75-foot livable yacht, at the ongoing Miami Yacht Show, on view through February 18, 2019.According to ARKUP, Arkup #1 is the first model of a revolutionary floating home that addresses key challenges in urban planning and c
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ARKUP’s Next-Generation Floating Home at the Miami Yacht Show

ARKUP presents Arkup #1, its first 75-foot livable yacht, at the ongoing Miami Yacht Show, on view through February 18, 2019.According to ARKUP, Arkup #1 is the first model of a revolutionary floating home that addresses key challenges in urban planning and coastal living for future generations. Its hydraulic pilings allow it to put down a steady foundation in up to 25-feet and to raise the house above the waterline, making it as stable as a home on land. These livable yachts are fully solar-electric, mobile, and self-elevating, combining high-end design with cutting-edge technology.  “We are proud to unveil the first of our next-generation floating homes,” says Nicolas Derouin, CEO and co-founder of ARKUP. “Showcasing it during the Miami Yacht show will be a turning point for our company to get first-hand feedback from demanding clients and professionals.”“Many high-net-worth individuals have already expressed their interest in being the first to own and enjoy our livable yacht. We are thrilled to organize private showings for potential buyers on Star Island, Miami Beach,” says Arnaud Luguet, chief technology officer and co-founder of ARKUP.Furnished and decorated by the acclaimed Brazilian company Artefacto, the “ready-to-move-in” vessel will be docked on Star Island during the coming months and will be available for rental in the Miami Bay area. ARKUP also revealed that charter services would be available beginning March 2019.  ARKUP LLC is a Miami-based company founded in 2016 and it pioneers next-generation floating homes with its fully solar-electric, mobile, and self-elevating livable yachts. “The livable yachts are completely solar-powered and feature silent electric propulsion to provide mobility and manoeuvrability. An automated hydraulic jack-up system, allowing the vessel to put down a stable foundation in up to 20-feet of water, ensures stability and hurricane resilience. The livable yacht has four bedrooms in 2,600-square-feet of indoor space, with 4,350-square-feet in total, including its terraces and balconies. To achieve its sustainability objectives, the Arkup design is 100 percent solar-powered and has systems for harvesting and purifying rainwater, for complete independence,” states the press release.Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the yacht.  https://www.blouinartinfo.com/              Founder: Louise Blouin

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Leads Seaport World Trade Center Revitalization in Boston

Schmidt Hammer Lassen (SHL) has released details of their second US project: the Seaport World Trade Center, an expansive 68,500-square-meter mixed-use development on Commonwealth Pier in Boston’s vibrant Seaport District. The project will transform the his
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Schmidt Hammer Lassen Leads Seaport World Trade Center Revitalization in Boston

Schmidt Hammer Lassen (SHL) has released details of their second US project: the Seaport World Trade Center, an expansive 68,500-square-meter mixed-use development on Commonwealth Pier in Boston’s vibrant Seaport District. The project will transform the historic maritime site into a new waterfront destination with modern, flexible office space, new public amenities, retail, and dining, and dynamic event space. The adaptive reuse project seeks to maintain the site’s historic origins, while introducing new materials, increased daylight, and new points of connectivity, according to SHL.“The Seaport World Trade Center project is a magnificent historical site with the ambition to become a central component of the rapidly developing Seaport District,” said Partner and Design Director Kristian Ahlmark. “This project is about more than redesigning a building. It becomes a masterplanning task as thousands of people will utilize the building and its surrounding plazas, courtyards and walkways each day.”Giving details of the project, SHL stated that throughout the development, 15,200 square meters of new and enhanced outdoor public space including courtyards, walkways, green rest spaces, and a grand plaza, will invite office workers and the public onto the pier. The new 2,300-square-meter public waterfront plaza, located near the southwest corner of the site, will become the pier’s central gathering point. The pedestrian experience along Seaport Boulevard will improve with the addition of 4,180 square meters of new retail space across the upper and ground floors of the iconic Headhouse structure, as well as increased connectivity to the upper level of the Seaport World Trade Center.According to the architects, the Seaport World Trade Center has a sustainability target of LEED Gold certification.The project is being developed in collaboration with developer Pembroke Real Estate LLC, executive architect CBT Architects, and landscaping by Sasaki. Construction is expected to begin in 2020.  https://www.blouinartinfo.com/              Founder: Louise Blouin

Junya Ishigami to Design Serpentine Pavilion 2019

The celebrated Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has been selected to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2019.Ishigami is renowned for his experimental structures that “interpret traditional architectural conventions and reflect natural phenomena.”According t
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Junya Ishigami to Design Serpentine Pavilion 2019

The celebrated Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has been selected to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2019.Ishigami is renowned for his experimental structures that “interpret traditional architectural conventions and reflect natural phenomena.”According to Serpentine Galleries, he is known for designs with dream-like qualities that incorporate the natural world, such as landscapes, forests and clouds, in an architectural practice that places humankind as part of nature.The design of the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion is inspired by roofs. Ishigami arranges slates to create a single canopy roof that appears to emerge from the ground of the surrounding park. The interior of the pavilion houses an enclosed cave-like space for contemplation. For Ishigami, the pavilion articulates his “free space” philosophy in which he seeks harmony between man-made structures and those that already exist in nature, as described in a press release from Serpentine Galleries.Describing his design, Ishigami said: “My design for the pavilion plays with our perspectives of the built environment against the backdrop of a natural landscape, emphasizing a natural and organic feel as though it had grown out of the lawn, resembling a hill made out of rocks. This is an attempt to supplement traditional architecture with modern methodologies and concepts, to create in this place an expanse of scenery like never seen before. Possessing the weighty presence of slate roofs seen around the world, and simultaneously appearing so light it could blow away in the breeze, the cluster of scattered rock levitates, like a billowing piece of fabric.”Junya Ishigami (b. 1974) worked as an architect at SANAA before founding the prize-winning Junya Ishigami + Associates in 2004. Winner of the Golden Lion award at the Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2010, he was the subject of a major and critically acclaimed solo exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in 2018 that is traveling to the Power Station of Art in Shanghai later this year.Ishigami is the 19th architect to accept the invitation to design a temporary pavilion on the Serpentine Gallery’s lawn in Kensington Gardens.Serpentine Galleries Artistic Director Hans Ulrich Obrist and CEO Yana Peel said: “We are thrilled to be able to share the designs for Junya Ishigami’s Serpentine Pavilion — a structure informed by the natural world and situated in the middle of one of London’s greenest spaces: Kensington Gardens.”Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the pavilion design.  https://www.blouinartinfo.com/              Founder: Louise Blouin

Study: Indoor Air Quality Levels ‘On Par With’ Polluted Major City

Cooking, cleaning, and other routine household activities are polluting your home, according to the University of Colorado Boulder. Taco Tuesdays and weekly washes, it turns out, generate significant levels of particulate chemicals, leading […] The pos
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Study: Indoor Air Quality Levels ‘On Par With’ Polluted Major City

Cooking, cleaning, and other routine household activities are polluting your home, according to the University of Colorado Boulder. Taco Tuesdays and weekly washes, it turns out, generate significant levels of particulate chemicals, leading […] The post Study: Indoor Air Quality Levels ‘On Par With’ Polluted Major City appeared first on Geek.com.

Berlin to get single travel app for public, private services

BERLIN (AP) - Berlin is unveiling a new app that will let people use public transport, rental bikes, car-sharing and taxis seamlessly to travel through the German capital. The app presented Monday is the work of Lithuanian start-up Trafi and is already in use
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Berlin to get single travel app for public, private services

BERLIN (AP) - Berlin is unveiling a new app that will let people use public transport, rental bikes, car-sharing and taxis seamlessly to travel through the German capital. The app presented Monday is the work of Lithuanian start-up Trafi and is already in use, under different names, in Vilnius, Rio ...

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